Jaermann and Stubi has provided a true delight to golf enthusiasts by launching its new Hole in One watch. One of model’s main assets is a patented golf counter mechanism.
The complication is associated with an automatic mechanical A10 caliber movement, engraved with the brand’s griffin. Set with 25 rubies, it runs at the rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 42-hour power reserve. The mechanism is endowed with the Incabloc shock protection system.
The caliber animates an array of functions, presented on the dial with multiple engravings and sunray finishing. It reveals hands and indices, inlaid with Superlumninova compound. The display of the new Jaermann and Stubi Hole in One watch ensures central hours, minutes and seconds.
The number of strokes per hole is presented in a large window, located at 1 o’clock. The total score can be read from the 4th central hand. The retrograde display at 6 o’clock indicates the current hole during a golf game. Lined with hybrid ceramic and equipped with ceramic ball bearings, the rotating bezel enables the user compare the result of a round of golf with his handicap.
The new Jaermann and Stubi Hole in One watch is set in a 44 mm case. It is crafted from stainless steel, PVD/stainless steel and PVD/gold with brushed and polished finish. On its top, the case features a 1.8 mm thick scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. It also sports a glass back secured with eight screws.
In order not to get in the way when playing golf, the crown has been located at 4 o’clock. For the same reason, the pushers for the golf counter functions are found on the left side of the watch. The case is 100-meter water-resistant.
The new Jaermann and Stubi watch is mounted on a natural rubber or alligator leather strap.